In light of the recent spike in COVID-19 cases and following the decisions taken by the Government of the Brussels-Capital Region on Saturday 24 October, we will be closed to the public from Monday 26 October until 19 November inclusive.
All our (public) events will be cancelled or postponed at this point. Please make sure to follow us on social media to receive further news.
Last days to discover 'aqua_Forensic' by Robertina Šebjanič and Gjino Šutić, a piece that iluminates the invisible anthropogenic pharmaceutical pollutants—residues of human consumption. This work is part of the Exhibition : Starts Prize '20 (running until the 25th of October) in collaboration with BOZAR.
More info on the exhibits: www.imal.org
We're very happy to welcome four residents at iMAL in the context of the V2_ Summer Sessions.
Roel Heremans, Diana Dobrescu/Dance Divine, Mathieu Zurstrassen and Mladen Bundalo will have all the tools and expertise of iMAL and the FabLab.iMAL at their disposal in the next few weeks to further develop their works.
→ More information about their work: https://bit.ly/2GuKECJ
Every year the Starts Prize, initiated by the European Commission, rewards projects that bring significant progress in the field of Art, Science and Technology.
For this edition, the exhibition of the STARTS winners will be held over three locations. Most of the works will be on display at BOZAR, while we will house two artworks at iMAL. Some of them are available exclusively online.
From now on you can also visit us with the museumPASSmusées!
Do you already have a museum pass? Bring a friend to iMAL for free between September 19th and 27th! Fill out the form and receive your free ticket: https://bit.ly/2FttchP
The installation of our POST GROWTH exhibition continues in our main exhibition hall! Curious to see the result? See you next Thursday the 3rd of September for the opening.
POST GROWTH: 17.01.2021 - 17.01.2021
More information: https://bit.ly/31qB7V5
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